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  • Daniela Bao
    Published 13 days ago
    Chevere Means Cool

    Chevere Means Cool

    Welcome to Chevere Means Cool— a podcast where I get to talk to some of my favorite independent designers, brands, and creators and share their stories. Chevere Means Cool was born from my love for unique style and the relationship we have with clothes, but most importantly, it’s a way to celebrate and support people’s dreams.
  • Lewis Robinson
    Published 20 days ago
    How Technology Is Changing Modern Commerce

    How Technology Is Changing Modern Commerce

    Businesses these days have a number of options with which to tackle any problem thanks to the incredible technological advancements in recent years. Modern tech provides business with numerous advantages, so much so that it can be hard to pin down exactly how to capitalize on those advantages. Here’s what you need to know.
  • Victoria Kennedy
    Published 21 days ago
    How Luke Shankula Created a 7-figure Business by never giving up

    How Luke Shankula Created a 7-figure Business by never giving up

    Now more than ever, businesses invest in digital solutions to better serve their markets and audiences. Since the Covid outbreak, digital entrepreneurs have gained popularity as they try to cover our needs, fast. They are here to challenge the current business models and provide cutting-edge solutions in order to make our life easier. The internet space is without a doubt becoming very competitive so what can we learn from someone who has made it?
  • Mike Bojack
    Published 2 months ago
    Story of Stuntsman to Safety and Built a Business on What He Learned

    Story of Stuntsman to Safety and Built a Business on What He Learned

    So, back in 2006, I'm doing about 70 mph on my motorcycle -- while popping a wheelie, with my feet stuck out over the windshield -- when I make a mistake. Bam. One second, I’m doing a stunt for a movie on a Maryland interstate, making money for doing insanely entertaining tricks on one of my two wheels. The next second, I’m roadkill -- still breathing (fortunately) but splattered and sprawled on the highway, with no way to call for help.
  • Durba Das
    Published 3 months ago
    How WordPress and Bluehost are different from each other?

    How WordPress and Bluehost are different from each other?

    When launching a website it is very important to choose the right host for your website. The host impacts many important factors like speed, security, performance and reliability which are essential for running a website smoothly.
  • Mihir Shah
    Published 3 months ago
    Online Sales Training in Bangalore - Boost Revenues by Mastering Sales

    Online Sales Training in Bangalore - Boost Revenues by Mastering Sales

    By Yatharth Marketing Solutions Date: 26/07/2020 Location: Bangalore, India Price: Rs 2499/- onwards DETAILS: Mihir Shah has been recognized as one of the leaders in sales training in India and abroad. He has successfully trained thousands of salespeople by helping them master sales fundamentals so they can achieve personal and professional success.
  • Brendon
    Published 7 months ago
    The Ending is Always Subjective

    The Ending is Always Subjective

    I’ve had a lot of jobs in my time, 14 and 9 months is probably not the most ideal time to start a job. On one hand it creates independence, and gives you the financial freedom to waste your money on whatever you want. Whether it be drugs, general consumerism or the massive phone bills from all the data you were using. On the other hand, it gets you used to the idea that your money is all your own to spend as you please. This makes it quite difficult later on when you have genuine expenses related to keeping yourself fed, clothed and sheltered. It creates genuine resentment over having to pay for things like toilet paper when you have spent 10 blissful years spending your money on drugs and concert tickets while someone else took financial responsibility for the boring stuff.
  • Diamond C.
    Published 8 months ago
    My First Job… at 18

    My First Job… at 18

    Hey guys, welcome back to a newest blog post from yours truly~ Now, to be perfectly honest with you, I have lived a pretty sweet life. Unlike other teens that I’d known from school, I was blessed with having an awesome mom who wanted me to be safe and happy… by which I mean, not leaving the house and letting her take care of me. Which worked out pretty nicely for me as I’m not much of an outdoorsy kinda gal, both forest wise and just leaving my property line wise.
  • Seller's Choice
    Published 8 months ago
    Masculinity In Advertising Today

    Masculinity In Advertising Today

    The topics of gender stereotypes and identity have been at the forefront of recent cultural discussion. Businesses have been interjecting themselves in this extensive conversation through “gendered” advertising campaigns and marketing tactics.
  • Jaime Love
    Published 11 months ago
    Who Am I?

    Who Am I?

    At a young age, I felt like an accessory. My best friend played competitive travel soccer, while I cheered on from the sidelines. My cousin performed on elite dance teams, while I applauded from the audience. The list went on and on but I was not on it. I felt incompetent—a hollow, empty mirror, reflecting on the achievements of others without any substance of my own. My dad always told me, “Jaime, you never know when lightening will strike; you have so much to offer.” Then, one day, it happened, and that image shattered forever!
  • Arlee Maxwell
    Published about a year ago
    So Many Changes Coming Soon

    So Many Changes Coming Soon

    “Be fearless in the pursuit of what sets your soul on fire.” I have been blogging since my early years... A whole lotta dots after that statement, because some (*cough* a lot of it) was brutal. Not saying by any means that I have perfected blogging or anything of that sort, but I have learned to use it for myself, and not build my foundation on the opinions of others. If something makes you feel better, do it. If you can turn that into passion, go for it! With that said, I have tried out many different sites through the years (*cough* not a paid promotion), but a year ago I joined Vocal, and when I started blogging with this platform, I never expected the growth I have now. I cant believe I reached 15,402 reads as of today, that’s over 1,000 views a month, and I am beyond thankful for everyone who takes the time to support me in my blogging journey, and that is why I am bringing more to the table this year for everyone. Some may say “15,402 reads? That’s not a lot,” but to me it means a lot that over 1000 of you each month support me—and for that I LOVE YOU.
  • Anne & Anamesa
    Published about a year ago
    The Agape Cause: Saving the Turtles and the World

    The Agape Cause: Saving the Turtles and the World

    The Agape Cause was started by Erica Meyler, of New Jersey, when her passion for the environment accidentally fueled a business idea. Erica speaks on starting The Agape Cause: "I actually came up with the idea by accident. I posted a story on Instagram as a joke when I bought some metal straws, poking fun at beauty gurus when they post swatches of their new products. I was really surprised that everyone took it seriously, but looking back it was because I was always trying to spread awareness about causes I cared about, especially centered around conservation and environmentalism. It was perfect how it fell into my lap, because I was always extremely frustrated with how I felt like these issues were out of my hands and I didn’t know how to help, but this was a great way. I think most people feel that way, so my main goal is to give people the tools they need to start getting involved and feel like their efforts matter. Thats why a percentage of the proceeds from each product will be donated to the cause it was inspired by!"